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Types of spankings and Desire for spankings changing


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I have two issues that are occuring simultaneously. One is that I used to take really long and really hard spankings, both for fun and discipline, though especially discipline. Sometimes 30+ minutes long of steady, hard spanking was needed to get any bruises and get me where I needed or wanted to be. But within the last year or so a lot has been going on health-wise. I've had multiple severe migraine attacks. I actually went 5 straight months without a single spanking... I was in so much pain elsewise that i couldn't take a single smack let alone a spanking. I found at the end of that that i was a lot more sensitive than I'd been before, but I could still take a decent spanking. But then more things went wrong. I lost a lot of weight and am still losing (and we don't know what's causing this loss in appetite. Had tests Friday and get biopsies back Thursday). I now don't have nearly as much padding as I once did back there. Can't take as much. In fact, I just saw someone for my first discipline spanking in about four (maybe more) months two weeks ago. I had earned a hard one and I asked for some of the strap on my thighs. It is one of two things i hate the most... scares me the most... (but rationally now... used to be irrational). He held back. It's a nasty strap. There were marks when we quit... we knew there would be bruises where the tip dug in... it was a deep red at each point. But the next morning instead of having small purple wedges as per norm, I had swatches of purple and blue five inches across, radiating out from where the tip had landed all up and down the outside of my right thigh and inside of my left (He had stopped hitting the right side so he wouldn't go too deep, overlapping there. Good thing he did! Yikes!). I never had reacted to a spanking like that before. It's been two weeks and I still show these marks, though now there's some pretty yellow swirling through it. Guess that means it's finally healing, heh. Has this sensitivity ever happened to anyone else? If so, how long did it last?

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Nothing new I don't THINK... I see my main specialist Wednesday and will bring up "easy and massive bruising" to her.... leaving out where it's coming from of course, lol! It's worth looking into. But I hate to change meds too... I'm finally practicaly migraine free. *sighs* But it's a good thought. Thanks :)

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Our bodies change over time, especially if you are already having medical issues. That means, in part, your body chemistry is changing too. How your body reacts to different stimuli will change.

I think the fact that you have lost a lot of weight is going to have a huge effect on bruising. I am not a medical professional but just thinking about losing all that "padding" it seems to me that is makes sense you would see more bruising.

There are kink friendly doctors: https://ncsfreedom.org/component/content/article/544-the-kink-aware-professionals-directory.html

Here is good article about talking to your doctor about marks and bruises: http://www.submissiveguide.com/2011/06/going-to-the-doctor-with-kink-related-marks-or-bruises/

Although I have not had to tell a doctor about any marks yet, I do think that honest is the best policy. As the article above suggests, hiding it actually makes it look more like domestic violence.

This is a really good power point ... just for general reference: http://cdn1.submissiveguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/BeyondWhipsAndChains.ppt

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PonygirlWI: Thank you so much for the lengthy response and help. I appreciate it. I just had to go in for a colonoscopy Friday and was prepared to tell the doctor but clammed up at the last minute... and there were no questions so I dodged that bullet this time around! lol. But it's always a concern.

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I mentioned this thing we do to my doctor a while back. She recommended we write it down and get it notarized. She said that if anyone ever reported it as abuse, the statement could keep us from having to prove it was not abuse. Guilty until proven innocent. We wrote it down but have been too afraid to go to a notary.

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I mentioned this thing we do to my doctor a while back. She recommended we write it down and get it notarized. She said that if anyone ever reported it as abuse, the statement could keep us from having to prove it was not abuse. Guilty until proven innocent. We wrote it down but have been too afraid to go to a notary.
i feel silly not knowing this but what is a notary?
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